Summary A senior aide to former US president Bill Clinton has accused unionists and nationalists of an "abysmal abdication of leadership" and of being "far too stuck in the past, making progress vulnerable and even reversible". "Good leaders would be able to recognise the righteousness of the other side and step forward to compromise and build a more prosperous future," she writes. "Good leaders would get past the flags, parades and the legacy of the violence of the Troubles and work together to attract investment, technology, and build the best schools which are no longer segregated."
Summary From the toy box containing Unfrozen Cave Man Lawyer, Bill Clinton, and The Simpsons' Troy McClure, it's possible to extract and describe the classic Phil Hartman character. When "Hartman" spoke, it was in a language of lies. Keyrock the Caveman jived his way through a closing statement; Clinton emoted feel-your-pain liberalism; for McClure, it was the golden patter of the announcer reading a bogus script.
Summary Press secretaries during President Bill Clinton's administration used more evasive language than any other White House chief communicator since 1993, according to a BuzzFeed analysis . Ari Fleischer, who was named George W. Bush's press secretary in January 2001 , used BuzzFeed's so-called weasel phrases in a tweet Wednesday morning:. While former Obama press secretary Jay Carney ranked ninth, using 5.6 weasel phrases per 1,000 words at press briefings, BuzzFeed says he ranked second when it came to usage of the phrase "refer you to," behind only Dana Perino, who served during the Bush administration.
Summary Former President Bill Clinton is making a campaign stop in Rhode Island for Democratic candidate for treasurer Seth Magaziner. Caprio is the Democratic Party's endorsed candidate. Clinton came to Rhode Island in 2010 to support Caprio in his campaign for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination.